Moving Forward

MOVING FORWARD – ULV tennis player Paul Moseley reaches to save a shot against Claremont-Mudd last Saturday as teammates (I to r) Junie Hernandez, Greg Hafif and Arman Hilario watch from the sidelines. The Leos went on to fall to the Stags and will take on Christ College from Irvine tomorrow at 10 a.m. and will host Occidental College Wednesday at 2 p.m. / photo by Maria Gonzales
MOVING FORWARD – ULV tennis player Paul Moseley reaches to save a shot against Claremont-Mudd last Saturday as teammates (I to r) Junie Hernandez, Greg Hafif and Arman Hilario watch from the sidelines. The Leos went on to fall to the Stags and will take on Christ College from Irvine tomorrow at 10 a.m. and will host Occidental College Wednesday at 2 p.m. / photo by Maria Gonzales
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